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CNN
Oct 6, 2012 1:30pm PDT
'm fredricka whitfield, and don lemon, right after sanjay gupta. >>> hello and thank you for joining us this week. i'm in northern california. i'm going to tell you there is something already in your medicine cabinet that many believe could be a cure for cancer. i'll explain it. also, i'll introduce you to a boy who was terribly bullied over a speech problem. now he found a way to help his speech issue. and a way to feel satisfied with eating. >>> we begin with marijuana, on the ballot in six states, the question is, should doctors be allowed to prescribe marijuana for medicinal use. here in california, the first medical marijuana law took effect about 16 years ago. but i'll tell you, being out here the controversy is still controversial, and it confuses many people. here to talk with us is the doctor who is the author of the pot book, a complete guide. dr. holland, thank you for joining us on the program. >> it is my pleasure, dr. gupta. >> you know, it is interesting being out here, people talk about this all the time. there are many states where this is already allowed, medicinal mar
CNN
Oct 7, 2012 4:30am PDT
be able to prescribe it for medicinal use. being out here, the concept is still controversial and it's confusing to many people. here to talk about it is dr. julie how land. she's an assistant professor of psychiatry at ny university of medicine and also the author of "the pot book:the complete guide to cankacannabis." welcome to the show. >> thank you. >> there are states where this is already allowed, medicinal marijuana use. what do doctors really typically i prescribe marijuana for? are there certain conditions, and how do people know what those conditions are? >> well, the -- you know, the main indications for using medicinal cannabis are to reduce nash ya and stimulate appetite. it can also be used for chronic pain. it's particularly good for neuropath iic pain, the pins and needles that the opioids aren't good at treating and a good muscle relaxer and helps quite a bit with autoimmune disorders, regulates the immune systems. so it can be used for a whole host of medical indications and psychiatric indications as well. >> it's interesting. the tagli line when you think about it
CNN
Oct 13, 2012 1:30pm PDT
, and thank you for joining us, i'm back home after spending most of this past week chasing down answers in that meningitis outbreak. over there, that is the necc, compounding facility, and back here, the recycling facility, essentially that looks like a dump. you'll see what else i uncovered ahead, pretty remarkable stuff. also ahead, sugar, we talk about it all the time. well, now it is the subject of a test regarding a cartoon, with pretty graphic stuff. >>> and hormone replacement therapy. i'll tell you this issue confuses women more than about just any other. i have a new announcement on the study. >>> but we begin with the meningitis outbreak, under the microscope. the plot thickens on the deadly and growing meningitis outbreak that is affecting now so much of the country. at the center of it all, contaminated steroid injections of 14,000 people in 23 states may have received. now, they were made by necc, a compounding pharmacy in massachusetts that is licensed to distribute drugs in all 50 states. compound pharmacies were established so that the pharmacists could make custom speci
CNN
Oct 20, 2012 4:30pm EDT
>>> thank you for joining us, today, an extreme step to stop breast cancer. one woman is going to explain why she did what she did. also, a new reason why you may want to think about eating more tomatoes. but first, an incredible use for fish oil, the extent to which even surprised me. every year, people suffer traumatic brain injuries, i see it every day in my line of work. and in many cases there are no drugs or pills or help once the damage sets in. but i'm about to tell you two dramatic stories of crippling brain damage that may have been reversed just simply by nutrition. fish oil. bobby simmons story begins almost three years ago, with a phone call. >> toughest call that any parent can get. >> reporter: it is about your son, there has been an accident. come quick. >> i told my younger brother, to hold his hand -- and -- until i get there. >> reporter: bobby's car had swerved off a dark and winding road. paramedics assess the wreckage and bobby. >> when i am looking at the reports, they report a coma score of 3. a brick, or a piece of wood has a score of three, it is dead.
CNN
Oct 14, 2012 7:30am EDT
.d. begins right now. >>> hey, there, and thanks for joining us. i'm back home after spending most of this past week chasing down answers in that meningitis outbreak. over there, that's the necc, the compounding facility. back here, it's a repsycycling facility, eventually a dump. you'll see what else i uncovered. >>> next, sugar. we talk about it all the time. puts the polar bears of coke under the knife. it's a cartoon but pretty graphic stuff. >>> and hormone replacement therapy. this issue confuses women more than any other. i have an important answer based understood a new study. >>> but we begin with the meningitis outbreak under a microscope. the plot thickens on the deadly and growing meningitis outbreak that's affecting so much of the country. contaminated ichb jekzs of 14,000 people in 23 states they may have received. they were made by necc. that's a compounding pharmacy in massachusetts that's licensed to distribute drugs in all 50 states. compound facilities were established so they could make custom dosages for paetsch epts with individual needs. the fda isn't in char
CNN
Oct 20, 2012 1:30pm PDT
of the situation to fight. >> i talked to him while he was in coma to fight your way, come back to us. >> reporter: little did they know that that fight would link them to the sole survivor of a mining disaster. tonight, 13 coal miners trapped nearly two miles inside a west virginia mine. >> reporter: a few years before bobby's car barrelled off that road, 13 miners huddled together in the mine, as the deadly air space was around them. dr. julian bales was the surgeon. >> he had had a massive heart attack from the poisoning, in liver and kidney failure, with a collapsed lung. >> reporter: his body somehow recovered. the question was, would his brain do the same? >> can you quantify that somebody like he would recover, that he would have a meaningful recovery? >> we felt, and the evidence supports it was truly a long shot. >> reporter: but bales was putting together a plan to save his brain. high doses of omega 3 fatty acids, fish oil. >> so the concept was then to try to rebuild his brain from what he was when he was an embryo in his mother's womb. but we gave him a very high dose, to make sure it
CNN
Oct 21, 2012 4:30am PDT
, and thanks for being with us. today an extreme step to prevent breast cancer. one woman's going to explain why she did what she did. >>> also, food for life. i like this one. a new reason why you might want to think about eating more tomatoes. >>> but first an incredible use for fish oil, the extoechbt which even surprised me. every year about 1.7 million people in the united states suffer a traumatic brain injury. i see it every day in my line of work. in severe cases there's no drug, no pill, no intervention that can help once the damage sets in. but i'm going to tell you about two dramatic cases of crippling brain damage that may have, in fact, been reversed by nutrition. something so simple it's hard to believe. fish oil. bobby get simi's story begins almost three years ago. a phone call. >> toughest call you can get. >> it's about your son. there's been an accident. come quick. >> i told my younger brother to hold his hand until i get there. >> his car careened off a winding road. paramedics assess the damage and bobby. >> they report glasgow coma score of three. a brick or a piece of
CNN
Oct 27, 2012 1:30pm PDT
sanjay gupta, which starts right now. >>> hey, there, and thank you for joining us. well, there is some fascinating new guidance out there on fertility and freezing eggs. we'll sort that out for you. >>> also, the top chef stopping by to tell me how your vote, this election could also tell us how to enjoy safety and healthier foods. also, tom joiner coming by with a healthy message everybody needs to hear out there. >>> but first, i want to put your health insurance options out there under the microscope. you know what happens every year around this time? many of us are confronted with having to make some crucial decisions about our medical care. about our health insurance. you get those things in the mail. i can tell you, even as a doctor, all that paperwork, all of those numbers can be overwhelming. it is a lot to sift through. so here to help us navigate this mind-boggliing information. >> hi. >> you know, i sift through this as a consumer, the number of choices people have can vary. but for a number of people with choices in health insurance, you say there are key questions to ask t
CNN
Oct 28, 2012 4:30am PDT
. >>> thanks for joining us. there's fascinating new guidance out on fertility and freezing eggs. we're going to sort that out for you. >>> also, top chef tom coucchio stops by to tell me how your vote this election could help us enjoy safer and healthier food. fascinating. >>> tom joyner will come by with a holiday message everyone needs to hear out there. >>> first i want to put your health insurance options under the microscope. you know what happens every year around this time, many of us are confronted with having to make some crucial decisions about our medical care, about our health insurance. you get those things in the mail. even as a doctor, all that paperwork, the numbers can be overwhelming. a lot to sift through. here to help navigate this sometimes minefield of open enrollment is "consumer reports" senior health care reporter nancy mets calmetcalf. >> how are you? >> you probably sift through this, the number of choices people have can vary. for anybody with some choice in their health insurance, you they have are we can questions they have to ask themselves. like what? >> well,
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